News Briefs: Veterans Day ceremonies, Library to select Artist in Residence
NEW CANAAN — New Canaan Library will choose an artist for its biannual artist in residence program. The artist will have their work on display in the H. Pelham Curtis Gallery April 9 to May 2, and will participate in library-sponsored events that engage the community with their art. The artist will work with library staff to create learning experiences for the community. Artists will be contacted by Nov. 15 to be notified of their application status. For information, contact Emily Oumano at email@example.com or 203-594-5079.
NEW CANAAN — The town’s annual Veterans Day ceremony at God’s Acre will get started at 10:55 a.m. Saturday. There will be a presentation of the colors, followed by a salute to the flag and the Pledge of Allegiance. At 11 a.m. the tolling of the bells will occur. God’s Acre is at 23 Park St.
NEW CANAAN — From Silvermine Arts Center: “A Story in Stone” is a new documentary exploring the fine-art printing process of stone lithography. As legend has it, the process of stone lithography came about in Germany in 1798 as a result of spilled soup. Alois Senefelder supposedly noticed the areas where his chicken soup met his limestone table surface repelled water. This led to experiments using grease crayons to draw on limestone. When the stone was wiped off, the greasy areas would hold ink, leading to an inexpensive form of printmaking. “A Story in Stone” will premiere Sunday at 3 p.m. at the center, 1037 Silvermine Road.
NEW CANAAN — Girl Scouts in New Canaan will end their annual cookie sale on Sunday. For information on where to find them in town, visit the Scout Cookie Program at gsofct.org.